43 Authors Giving Free Books for Halloween!
Last year my pal, Patricia Lynne, had a brilliant idea. Like me, Patty loves writing books, and one day while chatting with other authors about Halloween she suddenly thought,
“What if I did a blog hop where authors handed out their books for free to readers? THE BOOKS ARE LIKE CANDY!”
Trick-or-Treat Reads = Free eBooks
That’s how Trick-or-Treat Reads blog hop was born. If you would like free eBooks & nifty book-related swag from over 25 different authors, all you have to do is hop through the links at the bottom of this blog post!
But don’t hop away, yet. *This* post is one of the blog hop stops!
My eBook Treat for You!
This year for Halloween, I’m giving away a free eBook highlighting my favorite independent bookstore: Booked Up in Archer City, Texas.
About my Freebie:
Booked Up is a labor of love created by the award-winning Texas author, Larry McMurtry. My freebie features an excerpt about this famous bookstore from my best-selling travel guide, Unexpected Texas. However, since my book does *not* contain any photos, I’ve added a whole bunch of pictures snapped during my writing research trip to Archer City, Texas.
I hope you enjoy learning about Booked Up. If you’re ever in north Texas a trip to Archer City to see this one-of-a-kind independent bookstore is definitely worth the effort!
How to Claim Your Treat from Me
Simply leave a comment on this post saying “trick-or-treat,” and tell me a little bit about how you will be celebrating Halloween. In return, I’ll email you my ebook, “Unexpected Texas: Larry McMurtry’s Booked Up.”
Just so you know, my freebie will run from Halloween through next Saturday, November 7, 2015. I want to give any latecomers a chance. Please note: Most folks will only be giving away their goodies on Halloween, so hurry up and hop through the list!
42 More Treats for You!
Whee! You’re just getting started! Click through the list below for 42 *more* freebies from other authors.
Happy Halloween and Happy Reading!
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